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A COMMENTARY ON THE
PSALMS FROM PRIMITIVE
AND MEDIÆVAL WRITERS:
VOLUMES 1 TO 4

THE REV. J. M. NEALE, D.D.

A COMMENTARY ON THE PSALMS FROM PRIMITIVE AND MEDIÆVAL WRITERS: VOLUMES 1 TO 4 AND FROM THE
Various Office books and Hymns OF THE ROMAN, MOZARABIC, AMBROSIAN, GALLICAN, GREEK, COPTIC, ARMENIAN, AND SYRIAC RITES

BY THE REV. J. M. NEALE, D.D., SOMETIME WARDEN OF SACKVILLE COLLEGE

SECOND EDITION LONDON: JOSEPH MASTERS, ALDERSGATE STREET, AND NEW BOND STREET NEW YORK: POTT AND AMERY MDCCCLXIX.

TO THE AUTHOR OF “THE CHRISTIAN YEAR,” RAISED UP BY GOD’S PROVIDENCE TO PERFORM THE SAME OFFICE
FOR THE ENGLISH, THAT COSMAS EFFECTED FOR THE EASTERN, AND ADAM OF S. VICTOR FOR THE WESTERN, CHURCH,
This Commentary IS MOST RESPECTFULLY AND AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED.








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